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7N6 5.45×39 Ammunition Ban 2014

April 7

Monday, April 7, 2014

AK-Ban-5.45×39

What Is 5.45×39 Ammo?

When ATF tested the 7N6 samples provided by CBP, they were found to contain a steel core. ATF’s analysis also concluded that the ammunition could be used in a commercially available handgun, the Fabryka Bronie Radom, Model Onyks 89S, 5.45×39 caliber semi-automatic pistol, which was approved for importation into the United States in November 2011. Accordingly, the ammunition is “armor piercing” under the section 921(a)(17)(B)(i) and is therefore not importable.


What Started all This?

What Is 5.45×39 Ammo?

What Is AP Ammo?
Gun Control Act of 1968
Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994

Who can Own AP Ammo?

7.62×39 Steel-Core “Ban”

5.45×39 Pistols
– XCR-L 5.45x39mm Pistol – JBI Armory 5.45x39mm Pistol – Horns Custom Rifles 5.45x39mm Pistol
Other “Rifle” Caliber Pistols

What is Next?

Who can Own AP Ammo?

7.62×39 Steel-Core “Ban”

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Monday, April 7, 2014

AK-Ban-5.45×39

What Is 5.45×39 Ammo?

When ATF tested the 7N6 samples provided by CBP, they were found to contain a steel core. ATF’s analysis also concluded that the ammunition could be used in a commercially available handgun, the Fabryka Bronie Radom, Model Onyks 89S, 5.45×39 caliber semi-automatic pistol, which was approved for importation into the United States in November 2011. Accordingly, the ammunition is “armor piercing” under the section 921(a)(17)(B)(i) and is therefore not importable.


What Started all This?

What Is 5.45×39 Ammo?

What Is AP Ammo?
Gun Control Act of 1968
Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994

Who can Own AP Ammo?

7.62×39 Steel-Core “Ban”

5.45×39 Pistols
– XCR-L 5.45x39mm Pistol – JBI Armory 5.45x39mm Pistol – Horns Custom Rifles 5.45x39mm Pistol
Other “Rifle” Caliber Pistols

What is Next?

Who can Own AP Ammo?

7.62×39 Steel-Core “Ban”

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Details

Date:
April 7
Event Category:
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Monday, April 7, 2014

AK-Ban-5.45×39

What Is 5.45×39 Ammo?

When ATF tested the 7N6 samples provided by CBP, they were found to contain a steel core. ATF’s analysis also concluded that the ammunition could be used in a commercially available handgun, the Fabryka Bronie Radom, Model Onyks 89S, 5.45×39 caliber semi-automatic pistol, which was approved for importation into the United States in November 2011. Accordingly, the ammunition is “armor piercing” under the section 921(a)(17)(B)(i) and is therefore not importable.


What Started all This?

What Is 5.45×39 Ammo?

What Is AP Ammo?
Gun Control Act of 1968
Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994

Who can Own AP Ammo?

7.62×39 Steel-Core “Ban”

5.45×39 Pistols
– XCR-L 5.45x39mm Pistol – JBI Armory 5.45x39mm Pistol – Horns Custom Rifles 5.45x39mm Pistol
Other “Rifle” Caliber Pistols

What is Next?

Who can Own AP Ammo?

7.62×39 Steel-Core “Ban”

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Details

Date:
April 7
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